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The Virtual Surrey School Games

Virtual Surrey School Games logoFor the remainder of the 2020 summer term young people - whether they are at school or at home - can get involved in the Virtual Surrey School Games programme.

We're sending schools weekly, themed activities which can be forwarded to parents or accessed directly via this page. The activities can be completed indoors or outdoors using minimal equipment; alternatives can be used if you don’t have exactly what’s needed.

Taking part is the important thing, but we encourage parents to share their child's results with us (teachers can use our bulk upload facility to record up to 15 results at a time) which go towards a school leader board.

What the Virtual Games involve

There are two parts to the Virtual Surrey School Games:

  1. The first is the weekly Activity which comes with five levels of progression depending on age and / or ability of the child. You can get an idea of what the planned Activities are below. Results from the activities - which can be done at home or school - can be submitted by a parent or teacher.

  2. The second is a ‘Level Up’ ideas challenge where parents of young people are invited to share their ideas with us on social media – safely - using the hashtag #VirtualSSG2020 and win a £20 Amazon voucher.

To participate in the Virtual Surrey School Games, please read the terms and conditions of entry and privacy policy at the foot of this page.

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  1. How to complete an Activity

How to play

Submitting results


Read each week's Activity card to learn about the game and equipment required.

Young people choose which of the five levels is most appropriate for their age and ability - level one is suggested for children in Reception

Parents or teachers can submit the best three scores / times up to 10 days after the activity is released using this results link

A leader board of schools will be updated weekly.

All entries before the closing date receive a printable certificate.

2. Level Up challenges

How to play

Submitting results


Young people create their own version of the same Activity as a 'Level Up' idea using the STEPS principle (details on Activity card).

Suggestions should show creativity and ideally incorporate the School Games Values (details on Activity card)

You only need to share ideas if you want a chance to win the weekly prize, but we would love to hear them.

We encourage parents to share them with us on social media using our Schools' handles (@ActiveSchoolsAS on Twitter and Facebook or @ActiveSurrey on Instagram) with the hashtag #VirtualSSG2020.

The best ideas that have tagged Active Surrey and used #VirtualSSG2020 will be shared by us.

Each week, the most creative Level Up idea will win a £20 Amazon voucher.

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Schedule of Activities (& associated Level Ups)


Activity release date

Results closing date

School Leader board updated

Week 1 – Warrior Fitness Challenge (Fitness)

4 June

14 June

16 June

Week 2 – Strike a Pose (Balance)

11 June

21 June

23 June

Week 3 – The Scavenger (Agility)

18 June

28 June

30 June

Week 4 – Quick Shuffle (Coordination)

25 June

5 July

7 July

Week 5 – Knock, Knock (Bowling/Striking)

2 July

12 July

14 July

Week 6 – Towel Toss (Target)

9 July

19 July

21 July

Week 7 – Magic Movement (Dance)

15 July

26 July

28 July


Overall Primary & Secondary Activity leaderboards - cumulative results to date UPDATED 13 JULY

Cumulative results for weeks 1-5 show the number of entries from each school, take a look to see if pupils from your school have taken part - check out the latest overall leaderboards for Primary and Secondary schools.

While the top five on the Primary leaderboard have not seen much change with Frimley C of E Junior School still remaining in top position with a clear 99 points ahead of St Dunstan’s Catholic Primary School. Ravenscote’s entry pushed St Polycarp’s Catholic Primary School out of the overall top 5, but there is only 1 point difference between 5th & 6th place! Keep it up, it is all to play for!

Primary Positions 7-12 are very tight, someone’s got to pull it out the bag and take the lead next week!

On the Secondary leaderboard, Epsom & Ewell High School have just pulled away leaving St Bede’s School in 2nd place. Thanks to Thomas Knyvett strong start they have secured 3rd place overall just ahead of The Winston Churchill School. 1 point is the difference between 5th and 6th place – it is all to play for!
Hoe Valley Secondary School pushed through and have taken the lead ahead of the Magna Carta School this week, but could they come back with a vengeance next week?!

Get more pupils involved in the Virtual Surrey School Games to see your school climb the Leader board. Parents or teachers can submit results. Who will take the Surrey Champion crown at the end of term?

Week 5: Knock Knock - Top schools


Week 5 saw St Dunstan’s Catholic Primary School finally push through and knock Frimley C of E Junior School off the top spot as well as also submitted the highest entries for a single week the Primary Leaderboard has seen so far. Meanwhile Ravenscote Community Junior School who have had a constant handful over the weeks have had a strong week 5 and secured 3rd place. It’s great to see New Haw Community School make it into the top 5 again!

Well done, can you keep your sports into Week 6 & 7? We shall see… Submit your scores to increase the chance of your school making it onto the Leader board in Week 5!


St Dunstans Catholic Primary School


Frimley C of E Junior School


Ravenscote Community Junior School


Stamford Green Primary School


New Haw Community School

St Martins C of E Primary School, Dorking


Hats off to Thomas Knvett College who not only had their first entries of the term, they also took top spot for week 5 as well as claimed the highest entries the secondary leader board has seen from a school! Reigate & Rodborough School both made a comeback in Week 5 and pushed St Bede’s into 5th position!

Congratulations all round, keep up the great work! It is constantly changing so submit your scores every week to keep your school on the Leader board!


Thomas Knyvett College


Epsom & Ewell High School


Reigate School


Rodborough School


St Bede's School


New challenge for the next academic year (Jingles all the way...)

We're already planning the Autumn term programme and further details will be released in due course.

The Surrey School Games has always been known for bringing schools and young people together to compete and have fun. However, with a virtual programme in place we still want to create a sense of togetherness and an atmosphere.

To help we invite creative pupils to get involved in our Jingle/Chant competition to see which school, group or individual can make a Virtual Surrey School Games tune/chorus that can be used in celebrations or as encouragement when young people are taking part in the #VirtualSSG2020.

Entries close on 7 August and must be emailed to For more information and requirements please see our Jingle/Chant briefing sheet.



Virtual Surrey School Games terms & conditions

1. The competition is open to any child (aged 5 to 16) who lives or attends a Surrey school.
2. 'Activity' entries should be submitted via this form.
3. 'Level Up' entries are posted via an adult's social media account using the #VirtualSSG2020 and tagging ActiveSurreyAS, in a safe online manner . By sharing the content and using the handles, the parent/guardian agrees to act responsibly.
4. The closing date of each 'Activity' and associated 'Level Up' will be published on the Active Surrey website and the Activity card. No entries will be considered after these closing dates.
5. The parent/guardian is aware of the nature of the activity and the suitability of the young person's chosen level in line with their own ability. The parent/guardian takes responsibility for ensuring a safe area for the activity to take place. This involves, but is not limited to, the surface, the equipment and the surrounding areas.
6. Active Surrey's decision on Activity results and Level Up ideas will be final.
7. All young people will receive a certificate and results will be collated into the Schools Leaderboard standings.
8. The parent/guardian is providing consent for the use of the information supplied, on behalf of the young person.
9. Active Surrey reserve the right to terminate the competition if circumstances arise that are out of our control.
10. By entering this competition the parent/guardian is agreeing to be bound by the terms and conditions.

Virtual Surrey School Games Privacy Policy

1. We would love to share your 'Level Up' ideas. Content which has been shared on public platforms, using the handles as stated may be retweeted/shared on Active Surrey’s (including Active Schools) own social media platforms. By taking part and posting online, using the handles, the parent/guardian agrees to Active Surrey re-sharing the content on their social media platforms.

2. For video clips submitted for week 7’s activity; Magic Movement. Separate consent is required when completing the form. This particular consent is asking, whether the submitted clip can be used in a montage and shared across Active Surrey’s platforms (including Active Schools), website and schools publications.

3. Personal data will only be used to identify young people who have participated throughout the Virtual Surrey School Games, this will therefore allow analysis for more accurate reporting. The shared report will only contain anonymised information.

4. The information supplied will be anonymised and used for reporting purposes to the Department for Education (DfE), Sport England (SE), Youth Sports Trust (YST) and the Department for Digital Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).

5. Personal data will be kept on secure networks within Surrey County Council and disposed of after 6 months. It will not be shared with third parties.

6. Should you wish to receive direct correspondence for the Virtual Surrey School Games (sign up available at the end of the Results submission form), your email address will only be used for the purpose of promoting and advertising the Virtual Surrey School Games. The email address will not be shared with third parties and will only be kept on record for 6 months.

7. Please contact should you wish to discuss the use or withdrawal of the information supplied.

8. By entering this competition the parent/guardian is agreeing to the use of their information in accordance with the Privacy Policy and GDPR.